Get Character Ready with Ruby Jay from The Unicorn on CBS! – SAVE ME FROM

Get Character Ready with Ruby Jay from The Unicorn on CBS!

 
Tune in + watch Save Me From Hair Repair + Scalp Care on Ruby Jay in the new episode of THE UNICORN, Thursday, Feb. 18 (9:30-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
Actress and singer Ruby Jay is among the most compelling and versatile young actresses and singers starring in the second season of the hit sitcom, 'The Unicorn' on CBS. The Unicorn on CBS is about a recently widowed father with two daughters who is encouraged by his friends to re-enter the dating scene. In her role starring as the teenage daughter Grace, the series chronicles her struggle after she loses her mom at an early age right when she is getting out of the pre-teen stage and starting to enter into the dating world. 



When you work on set with celebrities like celebrity stylist Natasha Holderman, you have to master everyday looks + quick changes for several different looks in one day! So, what‚Äôs her secret weapon to¬†lay the perfectly smooth¬†canvas for Ruby Jay's hair in 'The Unicorn' to cut down on styling time, heat damage and frizz? Natasha Holderman's favorite hair repair treatment "is definitely¬†Save Me From¬†Thermal Obsession¬†since we use hot tools on Ruby Jay just about every time she works. It leaves the hair feeling so soft and looking shiny and can also be used as a leave-in!! We stan a product that can multi-task...The results were always shiny, soft, happy lengths ready to take on some heat! ūüĒ•"¬†¬†¬†
Keep reading to learn how to recreate Ruby Jay's hair in 'The Unicorn' with these 4 steps!


 

Recreate Ruby Jay's Waves in 'The Unicorn' with a Flat Iron

Step 1: Starting with damp, towel dried hair, divide hair into 4 sections. Apply 1 pump of Thermal Obsession starting at the ends, working your way up to the mid-lengths of the hair. Comb through the hair to ensure even product distribution + blow dry.   
 Step 2: Section the hair into 1-2 inch sections, wrapping the section of hair through the flat iron, and twisting one full circle around the iron.

 

Step 3: Once the section of hair is wrapped around the iron, start pulling the flat iron down the section of hair.
 Step 4: For softer curls, run your hands through the strands to break up the curls for a more natural style.